Wednesday, 28 August 2013

My Girls


Before Paige I had my first baby. She had four legs and was furry. She was a kitten. I say that she was my baby because she acted liked it. She could snuggle up close and she truly became apart of them family. She still is.

Millie was a birthday present for my 22nd birthday. We were in the process of trying for a baby but a kitten just fitted quite well with our life and in our family. Little did we know the monster she would turn into :)

 
We got pregnant 4 months later and along came Paige, our beautiful little girl. Our baby girl. She added to our family in such a huge way and continues to do so each and every day.
 

 
Seeing our girls together is amazing. They aren't the best of friends just yet but they love each other. Millie will always check to see if Paige is ok and always has since she was a baby. Paige will smile and giggle and even says Moo, which is what I call Millie. She also tries to pull her tail and pets her a little too hard but Millie is so good with her. She just needs to learn and with time she will.
 
 
I grew up with a cat and loved it so much. I hope that as Paige grows up her and Millie's friendship will develop too.

So there they are, my girls.

Seeing them together makes me so happy. I can't even imagine how I will feel when we have another baby and see Paige with him/her.

Does your little one have a furry sibling?

Thanks for reading,

Nicola Xx

2 comments:

  1. Aw this is a really lovely post. I absolutely adore the last photograph of Paige and Millie together.

    My little Ethan has FOUR furry siblings!


    Alex
    www.Bump-to-Baby.com
    UK based Lifestyle & Parenting Blog


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  2. Awww! I love it when babies grow up around animals. It's perfect!
    I am worried about how my three will take to the baby. Not that I think they won't
    act nice, I just don't want them to feel replaced.

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